Trump gave a great speech when he attended the 2020 March for Life

Although the National Park Service has not issued its official crowd size estimate for this year's March for Life in Washington, D.C., which took place Friday morning, the crowd easily numbered in the tens of thousands and may even have topped 100,000 people.  After all, last year's March for Life drew between 100,000 and 300,000 people, depending on who was estimating, and it didn't have the big speaker this year's March offered: President Donald J. Trump.

Speaking before the enthusiastic crowd, Trump hit all the right notes for those in the nation who are tired of the wholesale slaughter of babies.  While the Clintons in the 1990s chanted the mantra "safe, legal, and rare," we've learned over the years that none of that is true.

We know that abortion is unsafe for women, whether they're at Kermit Gosnell's house of horrors or suffering, and even dying, from RU-486.  For the babies, of course, abortion is always unsafe, to the point of death.

We know that abortion is anything but rare.  Since the Supreme Court found an imaginary federal right to abortion in the Constitution, almost 61,700,000 babies have been aborted — and a disproportionate number of them (almost 18,506,000) have been black babies.  Margaret Sanger, a eugenicist, would not have minded the new racial statistics this phenomenon creates.

And we know that while abortion is legal, it's become completely untethered from morality.  Currently, through the ramifications of Roe v. Wade's companion case Doe v. Bolton, every state in the Union allows third-trimester abortion.  Thanks to modern science, we can easily keep alive babies born in the second trimester.  Governor Ralph "Grab the Gun" Northam, a Virginia pediatrician, explicitly approved of post-birth abortions (although he currently limits it to "severe deformities" or a "non-viable" fetus):

[T]he infant would be delivered, the infant would be kept comfortable, the infant would be resuscitated if this is what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physician and the mother.

The discussion, obviously, would be whether to un-resuscitate that infant.  I attended school with a kid who had been born with "severe deformities."  That kid is a successful psychiatrist.

The lie of "safe, legal, and rare" is what is turning Americans against the abortion industry.  While the pollsters like to say the majority of Americans are "pro-choice," the reality is more nuanced — and the nuance goes against the Democrat party's demand for unbounded abortion:

The latest annual, nationwide Marist/Knights of Columbus poll shows most Americans, 70 percent, desire significant restrictions on abortion, such as limiting it to the first trimester, permitting it only in cases of rape or incest or to save the mother's life, or prohibiting abortion altogether. In fact, even 47 percent of people who identify as "pro-choice" want some form of these restrictions.

The poll finds most Americans also want to vote for a candidate who supports significant restrictions on abortion, including more than 60 percent of independents, and even 44 percent of Democrats.

President Trump spoke to those Americans at this year's March for Life.  It's a short speech and worth listening to in its entirety:

While Trump talked about his administration's efforts to limit abortion in America — such as strict constructionist judges, a promise to veto pro-abortion policies, and a greater focus on religious liberty — it was the occasional moments of soaring rhetoric, as well as the strong attacks against the pro-choice Democrats, that caught the crowd:

When we see the image of a baby in the womb, we glimpse the majesty of God's creation.  When we hold a newborn in our arms, we know the endless love that each child brings to a family.  When we watch a child grow, we see the splendor that radiates from each human soul.  One life changes the world.  From my family — and I can tell you, I send love and I send great, great love.

[snip]

Unborn children have never had a stronger defender in the White House.  And as the Bible tells us, each person is "wonderfully made."

[snip]

Together, we are the voice for the voiceless.  When it comes to abortion, Democrats is a — and you know this, you've seen what's happened — Democrats have embraced the most radical and extreme positions taken and seen in this country for years, and decades — and you can even say "for centuries."

Nearly every top Democrat in Congress now supports taxpayer-funded abortion, all the way up until the moment of birth.

Last year, lawmakers in New York cheered with delight upon the passage of legislation that would allow a baby to be ripped from the mother's womb right up until delivery.

No matter Trump's views before, when he was a Democrat, his language and his policies show that this is a man who truly supports every American's right to life, whether born or unborn.

This post was corrected to reflect that every state in the USA allows third-trimester abortions.

Although the National Park Service has not issued its official crowd size estimate for this year's March for Life in Washington, D.C., which took place Friday morning, the crowd easily numbered in the tens of thousands and may even have topped 100,000 people.  After all, last year's March for Life drew between 100,000 and 300,000 people, depending on who was estimating, and it didn't have the big speaker this year's March offered: President Donald J. Trump.

Speaking before the enthusiastic crowd, Trump hit all the right notes for those in the nation who are tired of the wholesale slaughter of babies.  While the Clintons in the 1990s chanted the mantra "safe, legal, and rare," we've learned over the years that none of that is true.

We know that abortion is unsafe for women, whether they're at Kermit Gosnell's house of horrors or suffering, and even dying, from RU-486.  For the babies, of course, abortion is always unsafe, to the point of death.

We know that abortion is anything but rare.  Since the Supreme Court found an imaginary federal right to abortion in the Constitution, almost 61,700,000 babies have been aborted — and a disproportionate number of them (almost 18,506,000) have been black babies.  Margaret Sanger, a eugenicist, would not have minded the new racial statistics this phenomenon creates.

And we know that while abortion is legal, it's become completely untethered from morality.  Currently, through the ramifications of Roe v. Wade's companion case Doe v. Bolton, every state in the Union allows third-trimester abortion.  Thanks to modern science, we can easily keep alive babies born in the second trimester.  Governor Ralph "Grab the Gun" Northam, a Virginia pediatrician, explicitly approved of post-birth abortions (although he currently limits it to "severe deformities" or a "non-viable" fetus):

[T]he infant would be delivered, the infant would be kept comfortable, the infant would be resuscitated if this is what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physician and the mother.

The discussion, obviously, would be whether to un-resuscitate that infant.  I attended school with a kid who had been born with "severe deformities."  That kid is a successful psychiatrist.

The lie of "safe, legal, and rare" is what is turning Americans against the abortion industry.  While the pollsters like to say the majority of Americans are "pro-choice," the reality is more nuanced — and the nuance goes against the Democrat party's demand for unbounded abortion:

The latest annual, nationwide Marist/Knights of Columbus poll shows most Americans, 70 percent, desire significant restrictions on abortion, such as limiting it to the first trimester, permitting it only in cases of rape or incest or to save the mother's life, or prohibiting abortion altogether. In fact, even 47 percent of people who identify as "pro-choice" want some form of these restrictions.

The poll finds most Americans also want to vote for a candidate who supports significant restrictions on abortion, including more than 60 percent of independents, and even 44 percent of Democrats.

President Trump spoke to those Americans at this year's March for Life.  It's a short speech and worth listening to in its entirety:

While Trump talked about his administration's efforts to limit abortion in America — such as strict constructionist judges, a promise to veto pro-abortion policies, and a greater focus on religious liberty — it was the occasional moments of soaring rhetoric, as well as the strong attacks against the pro-choice Democrats, that caught the crowd:

When we see the image of a baby in the womb, we glimpse the majesty of God's creation.  When we hold a newborn in our arms, we know the endless love that each child brings to a family.  When we watch a child grow, we see the splendor that radiates from each human soul.  One life changes the world.  From my family — and I can tell you, I send love and I send great, great love.

[snip]

Unborn children have never had a stronger defender in the White House.  And as the Bible tells us, each person is "wonderfully made."

[snip]

Together, we are the voice for the voiceless.  When it comes to abortion, Democrats is a — and you know this, you've seen what's happened — Democrats have embraced the most radical and extreme positions taken and seen in this country for years, and decades — and you can even say "for centuries."

Nearly every top Democrat in Congress now supports taxpayer-funded abortion, all the way up until the moment of birth.

Last year, lawmakers in New York cheered with delight upon the passage of legislation that would allow a baby to be ripped from the mother's womb right up until delivery.

No matter Trump's views before, when he was a Democrat, his language and his policies show that this is a man who truly supports every American's right to life, whether born or unborn.

This post was corrected to reflect that every state in the USA allows third-trimester abortions.